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festival of americas

The Kayenta Arts Foundation (KAF) is honored to present the Festival of the Americas May 13-15, 2022. This three-day festival will feature an array of cultural art forms and customs. Artisan booths will include native American jewelry, weavings, metalwork and wood, sculpture, rugs, beading, carving, pottery, paintings, and native foods. Some of the featured activities and demonstrations will include traditional drumming, dancing, flute, storytelling, weaving, flint knapping, and traditional weapons among other demonstrations.

Much of this year’s festival will focus on Native American art and culture and takes place in the outdoor setting of Kayenta Art Village and Center for the Arts at Kayenta. The area was once the ancestral home of Paiute Indians and showcases the stunning natural beauty of Kayenta.

Festival of the Americas will promote collaboration between diverse cultural groups in the region, with more than 40 artisans presenting their work and engaging with visitors about the connection of their work to their cultural heritage. In addition, the festival will create a celebratory community hub for the understanding and appreciation of the history and cultural fabric of our shared ancient American story and the land we now live on.

The Festival also has special performances sold as separate purchases. See more info below.

More Information
Date
Friday May 13, 2022
Time
9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Location
Kayenta Art Village 851 Coyote Gulch Ct,
Ivins, UT 84738
Organizer
Center for the Arts at Kayenta 435-674-2787 kayentaarts.com